Brendan Woodward Opposes a State Income Tax

We don’t need new a new state income tax— it will drive away entrepreneurs and small businesses.  My opponent is working for his political boss in Seattle, Frank Chopp, not for the voters in our district when he proposes this type of “revenue reform.” We deserves to get the most out of every tax dollar we send to Olympia, but our district is getting a bad deal with Larry Springer.  I will always oppose an income tax.

Initiative 1098 was put on the ballot for the people of Washington to decide if they wanted a State Income tax.  The Initiative failed by a by over 65% in our district.  It is clear that voters do not want a new tax like this, but the same party that has controlled our state capitol is eager to implement one.